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Is there a way to run Microsofts game Freecell in full screen mode with XP like in Windows 7
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Sorry, but XP's Freecell was designed for a 640 X 480 screen. There is no way to get it to be larger except for setting your screen resolution to 640 x 480. And the Win 7 Freecell will nor go onto an XP box.
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You could change compatbilty settings to get it to run in 640x480
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/292533
But it would look awful.
The card images in XP's Freecell are designed for that resolution and are not scalable like the games in Vista and XP.
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